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Human knowledge is intentional, as opposed to 'knowledge' represented by the computer, which is syntactic. The premise of this paper is that nevertheless a process model of cognition can be defined which is isomorphic and analogous to Peirce's 9-adic classification of signs. An advantage of the relation with the Peircean concepts lies in the model's potential for the definition of a 'natural' representation of knowledge, a representation which can be more easily interpreted than the traditionaldoi:10.1063/1.2216657 fatcat:ycskpcx4zfblbgozy6g7vnzah4